Looking for a language tutor? There are several options for students enrolled in U-M language classes. Tutoring in select languages are available at no cost to students. Language tutors may provide assistance in understanding and explaining grammatical and cultural concepts, vocabulary and conversation practice*. Tutors will not correct homework or proofread/edit papers assigned as classwork.
LRC Peer Tutor Pilot Program
These tutors have been identified to have a high level of proficiency in the target language by their respective language program. These tutors are available for students who are currently enrolled in a U-M language class. Detailed information about how to access tutoring of these languages is available in your language class Canvas page. If this information is not available, or you are having difficulty connecting with a tutor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Dates and langauges available for Fall 2022 will be posted in mid-September.
U-M Student Language Club Peer Tutoring
These volunteers are passionate and accomplished language students who volunteer their time to aid their peers to be successful in the chosen language.
Spanish - Spanish tutoring is provided by the Spanish Language Club.
Information on Spanish tutoring for Fall 2022 will be posted in early september.
French - French tutoring is provided by Le Comité Francophone (LCF). In person tutoring takes place in the Language Resource Center (LRC) 1500 North Quad
Information on French tutoring for Fall 2022 will be posted in early September.
*Student language clubs offer conversation times outside of tutoring hours, for more information contact the club directly, or go to their webpage. The RC offers lunchtime language tables, other dorms and programs may also offer conversation hours. Check with your department for more information.
This site allows U-M students and members of the surrounding Ann Arbor community to register as, and search for, a language tutor or a conversation partner.
Please Note: Neither the Language Resource Center nor the University of Michigan endorses ANY participant in and/or from this site. Please use discretion before agreeing to or paying for any tutoring service. YOU are solely responsible for ALL relevant exchanges with any service you choose to use. Please see the Disclaimers section for more information.
Tutors, please be aware of internet safety. We recommend only accepting work in the local community where there is less of a chance for fraud. We have had reports of tutors being solicited to work with students outside of the US, which seem to involve scams. For more information on possible internet scams, visit the IC3 website. Additionally, please be conscious about giving out personal telephone numbers or addresses; we also strongly suggest meeting tutors/tutees in a public place.